There isn’t a mountain he wouldn’t move, not a horrifying trombone solo he wouldn’t sit through, for these kids, that aren’t his own. And the thing that is hard about that is… he isn’t their dad.
Our youth’s signs of danger are in front of us if we open our eyes to their cries for guidance.
When we buy into the notion that dads can’t care for children, we buy into the idea that parenting and domesticity are women’s roles.
All of her “little” lessons start to form a picture of how truly special it has been to have a mother like her.
How can a father find work-life balance while his kids are still at home?
Why do the involved dads create such successful species development?
In anticipation of the arrival of his new baby, this man shares his concerns and hopes.
You can’t buy happiness, and I’m not one to put a price on it; however, I am open to leasing options. For the children.
What happens when a guy’s world shifts and his success disappears?
Understanding some of the rules that dominate dysfunctional families can help us to break free and rebuild our self-esteem and form healthier relationships.
Why would a man hope for a daughter over a son? Steve Almond answers that question in this week’s installment of the GMP book excerpt series
How are STEM helpful for the other basics of learning?
Shannon Carpenter understands the family vacation.
How does as an infant influenced dads’ hormone levels?
And that makes me sick.
Gary Dietz, with lessons in love and intergenerational hand-holding.